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    (Original post by Mr White)
    In the end, everything comes down to the money.
    In your world, yes.
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    Of course they have the right to protest.
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    the poll is pointless.
    the options are not exclusive..
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    (Original post by Omen)
    Yes I think it is all full contradiction. If the protesters were that bothered about the well being of the Iraqi people then why weren't they out protesting during Saddams reign of terror? I think it is just a case of people jumping on the bandwagon and protesting for a bit of fun to cause trouble.
    When people make this point it really troubles me. No one disuputes that Sadam was evil. But does automatically give a country the right to wage "war" against another? Especially when so many innocent children have be killed in the most horffiying of ways (which can NEVER come on the news). Maybe people wanted to cause trouble or have fun but maybe they also feel passionatly about this gross injustice.
 
 
 
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